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Artificial Intelligence (AI) - Making a Living in the Future - What You Should Know

Artificial Intelligence (AI) – Making a Living in the Future - What You Should Know 

Notes from: CBS 60 Minutes Interview: Facial and emotional recognition; how one man is advancing artificial intelligence
AI Expert Kai-Fu Lee
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Video key points:
  • Machines run by AI are learning at a rate of speed that is unpredictable.
  • Kai-Fu Lee assessed 40% of today’s blue-collar and white-collar jobs -in the world- will be replaced by AI in approximately 15 years
    • Jobs mentioned: drivers, chefs, waiters, bookkeeping; anything where systematic processes are employed, and creativity is not a dominant element of the job.
  • Kai-Fu Lee stated “I believe it’s going to change the world more then anything in the history of mankind. More than electricity.”
  • AI is rapidly developing visual and emotional recognition capabilities the can be used to help people, or to be exploited by restrictive governments.
    • AI still lacks the ability to assess personal intentions
  • AI is being driven by speedy computer chips, access to all world data, and the ability to develop a capacity for "deep learning", without manual programming. 
    • “Deep Learning” can only be achieved when engineers help the machines make recognition adjustments to correct observation gaps or mistakes. Machines are constantly exposed to endless streams of data that it eventually learns what black pants means; what a happy person looks like, or when someone expresses intentions to carry out an act. Once the engineers correct the machine learning gaps; the machine does not forget. The fast-operating chips speed the process of constant exposure.
  • Lee stated the more data collected, the better the AI.
Concerns:
  • People having trouble adapting to revolutionary technical changes need to learn new skills be make a living
  • Technology may outpace a countries ability to create a new workforce that can earn living wages
Opportunities:
  • AI monitoring children’s emotions in classrooms and identify students who require assistance
  • Distance learning can become more interactive
Some Initial Considerations:
  • What jobs can you perform that cannot be replaced by AI?
  • What education, skills and abilities should you develop to be competitive in the future job market?
  • What kind of pay can you expect to acquire and how will that allow you to achieve and maintain your personal standard of living?
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